Unique host effect of Tilia japonica on ectomycorrhizal fungal communities independent of the tree’s dominance: A rare example of a generalist host?

  title={Unique host effect of Tilia japonica on ectomycorrhizal fungal communities independent of the tree’s dominance: A rare example of a generalist host?},
  author={Daniel Janowski and Kazuhide Nara},
  journal={Global Ecology and Conservation},


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